HoopsHype Chris Bosh rumors

July 11, 2014 Updates
July 10, 2014 Updates

Chris Bosh: Very excited to be here in Ghana! #boshfamilyworldtour #AkwaabaBosh http://t.co/2ZgvWnWszQ Twitter @chrisbosh

The representative for free agent forward Chris Bosh told FOX26 Sports his client has not made any decisions about his future. ESPN reported Wednesday night Bosh had decided he would sign with the Houston Rockets if LeBron James did not return to the Miami Heat. "Chris has not made any decisions at this point," said Henry Thomas, Bosh's agent, in a text message to FOX26 Sports. FOX 26 Sports

July 9, 2014 Updates

According to a source close to the process, Dallas made the offer to Parsons with the belief that LeBron James would head back home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, leading Bosh to see Houston as his most attractive option. The Rockets have offered Bosh a max contract worth $88 million over four seasons, but Houston has some significant cost-cutting work to do to have that much room under the cap. ESPN.com

If James does leave Miami, Chris Bosh's intention is to also leave the Heat, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Bosh has been speaking with the Houston Rockets, who are prepared to clear enough cap room to offer him a four-year, $80 million-plus contract. Yahoo! Sports

July 8, 2014 Updates

Janis Carr: How serious are Rockets about landing Chis Bosh? GM Daryl Morey now follows Bosh on Twitter. Guess Morey thinks Bosh will tweet his decision Twitter @janiscarr

If Miami was going this over-the-cap route all along, it could have asked LeBron, Wade, and Bosh to simply opt into their contracts, saving us the drama of tracking Dan Gilbert’s private plane and Savannah Brinson’s Instagram account. But it asked for the opt-outs anyway, and it did so to save money. Here’s why: The new CBA includes an “apron” that is slotted $4 million above the tax line, which is projected at about $77 million for next season. Grantland

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